Jim Wilson Orillia Terrier forwards Brock Welsh, left, and Jamie Borrelli dig out a loose puck in the corner during recent Georgian Bay Mid-Ontario Jr. C hockey action. The Terriers return home Saturday night after three weeks on the road when they clash with Midland in an 8:30 p.m. contest at Rotary Place. DAVE DAWSON/QMI AGENCY

Terriers deal defenceman

After seven games on the road over the past 20 days, the Jim Wilson Orillia Terriers will finally return to Rotary Place Saturday night.

An employee of Willowtree Farm arranges produce at the Orillia Farmers’ Market Saturday. ROBERTA BELL/THE PACKET & TIMES

Markets move indoors

With snow now on the ground, Orillia’s two farmers’ markets have moved indoors following their inaugural seasons.

Cogeco Data Service is expanding its flagship Barrie centre, adding 20,000 square feet and new jobs to its Welham Road facility. MARK WANZEL PHOTO

Cogeco expanding in Barrie

Cogeco Data Service is expanding its flagship Barrie centre, adding 20,000 square feet and new jobs to its Welham Road facility.

The Transgender Day of Remembrance was held at city hall Thursday afternoon to honour, remember and respect the victims of hate crimes against trans members of the community who have been subjected to discrimination and violence, sometimes resulting in injury or even death, either through attacks or suicide. On hand for the raising of the Canadian Transgender Pride flag were, from left, Mayor Jeff Lehman, Barrie Police Chief Kimberley Greenwood, trans resident Esen Mau, Barrie Pride co-chairman David Bradbury, trans resident Ivy Lace and Simcoe County District School Board equity and inclusion resource teacher Jane Dewar. IAN MCINROY /BARRIE EXAMINER

Transgender flag raised

The Transgender Day of Remembrance was held at city hall Thursday afternoon to honour, remember and respect the victims of hate crimes against trans m

Three times the limit

A Thornton man faces impaired driving charges after his vehicle crashed into a ditch in south-Barrie Thursday night.

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